One thousand musicians banded together in Italy to perform the Foo Fighters’ “Learn to Fly” all at once in an attempt to woo the band to come play a show for them. Let’s repeat that — 1,000 musicians. A thousand. The moments where you see how in sync the drummers are is so satisfying.
John Williams’ “Jaws” theme has been given a heavy metal spin, and I can’t believe how good it is. Marvel at YouTube user 331Erock’s astonishing guitar theatrics as he transforms one of filmdom’s most iconic scores into a shockingly effective piece of hard-charging, head-banging goodness. Turn it up.
Kali Muscle is a jack of all trades: actor, writer, ex-con, motivator, YouTuber, video-gamer, natural bodybuilder (it’s all about the ramen) and now he can add one more to that list…rapper. Kali Muscle teams up with retired powerlifter CT Fletcher and the rest of the Iron Addicts crew for this soon-to-be Top 40 hit of the summer.
The DMC World DJ Championship is the biggest online DJ competition in the world, open to every DJ in every country! This is the incredible entry by DJ Vekked. “I put a lot of heart and soul into this one”. Enjoy!
“Yesterday” takes us back in time, not only to a time of old-school hip-hop classics but also a time before 2002, when Fergie first joined the group. That’s right, you won’t see nor hear Fergie in the video. In case you don’t remember or are unfamiliar, the Peas existed long before Fergie’s arrival.
Drake phoned into Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show to debut the absurd music video for “Energy,” a highlight off the rapper’s retail mixtape If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. The video is packed with dozens of pop culture references, and Drake’s face is magically implanted on a handful of celebrities. Check it out!
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Kanye West, we have some bad news. The rapper who once compared the weight of his ego to a marble table (and on a separate occasion equated himself with God) also awarded himself the greatly-contested title of “greatest living rock star on the planet” during his headline set at Glastonbury. A number of people stepped forward to dispute this bold claim, but none were as explicit as Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, who felt compelled to break the news in a video message.